Posts tagged with "Thanksgiving"
Nov 22 2012
Is there a more iconic symbol of Thanksgiving than the turkey? No, we’re not talking about a big Tom as the centerpiece of the table surrounded by dressing, mashed potatoes, and cranberries. I’m talking about the magnificent wild turkey, which was the mainstay of the diets of Native Americans along the East Coast. Ben Franklin thought the bird was more deserving of 263 ... read more
Nov 20 2012
With Thanksgiving only two days away, Green Tuesday is dedicated to keeping you educated about your turkey feast! If you haven’t purchased your Thanksgiving bird yet, consider buying an organically-raised turkey. Buying organic foods can help support a healthy Planet and also give you many added nutrients that modified foods may not have. 203 ... read more
Nov 19 2012
The busy Thanksgiving travel week is here, and this year it looks like the weather will largely cooperate and provide only minimal impacts across the country. By and large it will be dry and mild over the eastern half of the country in the days leading up to Thanksgiving Day, with any precipitation that does occur very light and spotty. A weak system will start to move into the 187 ... read more